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View 1 Replies Microsoft Jscript Runtime Error Object Expected Dec 6, 2010 $('#<%=drpMasters.ClientID%>').change(function () {$('#divLeadSource').css("display", "none");$('#divAccount').css("display", "none");$('#divContact').css("display", "none");$('#divLeadStatus').css("display", "none");$('#divSupplier').css("display", "none");var element = $(this).find('option').filter(':selected').val();switch (element) {case "1":$('#divLeadSource').css("display", "block");$('#<%=lblQuickHead.ClientID%>').val("New Lead Source");break;case "2":$('#divAccount').css("display", "block");$('#<%=lblQuickHead.ClientID%>').val("New I had a previous version (2008.02.0826.20) that worked properly, but this new version is throwing the error.  Did something change between Q2 and Q3 that might now require something set specifically server, the main one's menu does not work on it. I have simply taken the Personal Web Site starter kit set it up on my dev machine and then also set it up in a hosted online environment. http://brecnc.org/object-expected/object-expected-error-in-asp-net-menu.html

Will these six scripts also be included in the script resources that get download through the script manager, and therefore get downloaded twice for everything? Browse other questions tagged asp.net vb.net or ask your own question. That save alot of time debugging. You might have some luck.

Any help would be appreciated. Also i experienced the same problem with TreeView Control on my .ASPX page Following is what i did by chance and above problem resolved successfully I assume you have a page I've set EnableEmbeddedSkins = False and added the client include for the CSS file from the MasterPage so that the stylesheet is set on all pages in the application.

The details were pretty simple in retrospect, but not obvious due to a number of factors (Shrek says, "Browsers are like onions... Not the answer you're looking for? The code as it is now: @*@ViewBag.Title*@ Any help would be appreicated.

Reply al_m None 0 Points 2 Posts Re: Object Expected Error Menu Control May 09, 2008 03:40 PM|al_m|LINK My problem was as described (dev worked fine, prod errored on hover). I just added the user control to aspx page. But i didnot get any result. but NOT when the script mapping (IIS/Website/Properties, Home Directory, Configuration, Application Extensions, .axd) has "Verify that file exists" checked.

Reply adaline None 0 Points 1 Post Re: Object Expected Error Menu Control Oct 08, 2008 11:43 AM|adaline|LINK I have tried all options mentioned in the above fix ,still same error Your Email Password Forgot your password? Wooot! It will be included in the online help after the next site update.

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Jason Jason 4 posts Member since: Jan 2009 Posted 26 May 2009 Link to this post Well, I've narrowed it down to something on the DEV server causing the error and http://brecnc.org/object-expected/object-expected-ie8-error.html It breaks on the following block:

The cursor jumps to the last tag. DEP Reply xedious None 0 Points 4 Posts Re: Object Expected Error Menu Control Apr 01, 2009 01:06 PM|xedious|LINK This is driving me absolutely insane. eddie Reply knoxido None 0 Points 3 Posts Re: Object Expected Error Menu Control Dec 07, 2006 05:53 AM|knoxido|LINK This has saved me from a whole lot of headaches,thank you dude!

Any ideas on how I can fix this issue? It just took a while to correlate the underlying symptoms to the actual cause. Doing laundry as a tourist in Paris What game is this picture showing a character wearing a red bird costume from? http://brecnc.org/object-expected/object-expected-error.html Set the port to 8081 and created a new app.

Any help would be appreciated. Today: I open the project and run it using my local IIS. Is there anything else you can think of that might cause this error?

Feb 23, 2011 am geeting error in jquery in the following line$(document).ready(function() {alert("Hello"); });as object expected..

I've even saved copies as I went along to try and narrow it down, but there is not one single thing that causes the menu to stop working. It can exactly tell you what are all the errors thrown out in JS level. Take a ride on the Reading, If you pass Go, collect $200 Pros and cons of investing in a cheaper vs expensive index funds that track the same index Is a When I render the page in browser (both ie and firefox), half the time everything works fine.

Did you push the Telerik DLLs to your testing environment as well? I wont use those options in a master page. They say it may harm other sites on the server because it has impact for all sites. his comment is here The web site I'm working on has a master page.

Published the project to this website. Sincerely yours, Veskoni the Telerik team Instantly find answers to your questions at the new Telerik Support Center Menu_OutputCache.zip Keith Henkel 23 posts Member since: Dec 2006 Posted 22 May 2008 View 5 Replies AJAX :: Getting Error Object Expected In Line ==> Sys.Application.notifyScriptLoaded (); May 11, 2010 [Code].... View 3 Replies MVC :: Microsoft JScript Runtime Error: Object Expected In The Following Line?

Let me know how it goes. Now I am not an expert on IIS6/7, but I would say this is incorrect and there should be a mapping to .axd by default when hosting Asp.Net 2.0. Another option is to run "aspnet_regiis -ir -enable" in order to register your *.axd files for the latest version of .net share|improve this answer answered Mar 4 '11 at 15:25 Stuart Radhika Reply ezeoif0507 None 0 Points 4 Posts Re: Object Expected Error Menu Control Jan 17, 2007 03:28 AM|ezeoif0507|LINK Thanks jeremyf !

After digging through the codes and after doing a thorough investigation, I found out that the "Object Expected" error occurs when you try to access an object which is not defined,